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Running php-fpm with different user group using umask

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Jules

Jules is the owner and author of ISPIRE.ME. He's a Linux System Engineer, Tech fanatic and an Open Source fan.

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  1. Neoblaster Neoblaster says:

    Hi,

    Thanks you very much for this “how to”.
    I search a long time before i found you tuto.

    I follow instructions and that works perfectly !

    I don’t really understood what i done with systemctl & service files but i will make some researches later 😉

    Regards,
    Neoblaster.

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  2. Jules Jules says:

    You’re welcome! 🙂

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  3. NeuCorP NeuCorP says:

    THANKS, for this article 🙂

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  4. Lenny Lenny says:

    Downside of this approach is if the original file gets updated the changes won’t appear in your copy config file.
    The recommended way is to simply create an override file.
    e.g.
    mkdir /etc/systemd/system/php5-fpm.service.d
    vi /etc/systemd/system/php5-fpm.service.d/custom.conf
    and just add the below

    [Service]
    UMask=0002

    save and reload systemd. jobs a good’en.

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    • Jules Jules says:

      That might be the way for most users. I preffer using own service files, since my service files differ from maintained service file mostly.

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